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Evening World Daily Magazine, Thursda y , October 17, 1912
Such Is Life!
By Maurice Kettcn
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NAiLVMiurvMAN IT ( Theatre EveRy VN
COJTi MONEYS HAVE pfc. C I ) N,CrHT J llSY
AJfOXn tlic growing rrrtaintir of t!if saBtpalgll BlOil be rp"k
oncd Um popularity, onthxpU.UftBe, earnest eaergy ami
ranging iprlghtlinc mni simplicity ' William Bulsr,
Denwratic candidate for Goranor of New York.
He is brilk, lie is agile, he in free an the mountain gOtt He .i)
plain things with a rinR of plain, kindly truth, tin m refreshingly
clean of the yellow Mains of mammon: the fleshpots of Wall street
know him not. Public schools, five years in (he Assembly nnd eigh
teen year of Congress have heaped upon him the rieliea of experienc
only. He in now Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign
Affaire, and t Tin t office is BO garage for ehurkleheada. Many of the
billa he ha introdnred have done eredit to hi intention and to hi
"intellect." When he draw up political COBtflctl those present feel
4bapoaed to aign. The other night, for instance, he allowed:
" scill go into office, if elected, without a promite except
my promise to all the people to terve them faithfully and
ftMetfly and to the bett of my ability. I am free, without
entanglement!, and (hall remain free. 1 have no bo: If
elected 1 ehall follow the ttreet railed Straight, and the Ex
ecutive Office will be in the Capitol. When 1 take the oath
of Governor 1 ihall enforce the lain fearlctily and impartially,
with malice toward none.
"Tho who know me bent know that 1 ttand firmly for
certain fundamental principle for liberty under law, for
civil and rtlioiou freedom; for conttitutional government: for
the old integrate, and the new humanitiei; for equality be
fere the law; for equal right to all and iperial privilege to
owe; for the eauie that lack aitance, againit the wrong
that need retiitamce; and for unthackled opportunity a the
Seocon light of Individual hope and the beit guarantee for the
perpetuity of our free tnsfifufions.
"And now, my friend, let me reiterate what 1 hare often
waid before I am a Democrat, unafraid, free, progreitire and
independent; I have the courage of my conviction. ,Vo in
fluence control me but the influence of my conicience to do
my full duty to all the people a the Qod of our father give
me the light."
More and more people feel that this is a good sort of Democrat to
do business with. One thing ia sure: No Harriman fund is waiting
aronnd to boost the Hon. William into the Gorernor's chnir or any
other. That fact alone goea a long way toward persuading many
otera that the job ia worth doing.
KEEP THE LEAP.
I ITIZEN8 of the Empire State should glance twice at certain
facta briefly let fall by Chancellor Heid in the course of his
acholarly address at the opening of the State Education Build
ing at Albany. Practical free training in homely sciences has been an
experiment in New York for only a year or two. Yet results already
loom large. To-day
411 public ichool; whether in citiei, village or rural
dittrictl, teach drawing. Three-fourth of the city tchool
Offer count in manual frointny. rooking and tewing. One
half the tillage ichool give cottne in tewing, one-third in
manual training and cooking. There are forty public indus
trial and trade school with a day enrolment of four thouiand
and an evening er.olv.-nt of three thouiand pupil. Twenty- ,
eight village high tchoolt have vocational courir in agricul
ture, and twenty other give agricultural teaching of a let
definite character. There arc ten thouiand pupils In evening
department of eriiting day ichool. learning the trade appli
cation of drawing, icirnce and mathemtitu I. Theic indut
trial, trade and agricultural tehoolt have been developed in
Vew York under the department uifhm the lait four year.
Ucanwhile the numbrr of pupili receitlno lueh training ha
quadrupled. The next four yean will tetl a larger itory. The
Htatei fOid to lead the country in the number of their voca
We take popular education for granted in this country. All chil
dren arc taught the "Three HV with trimmings, nnd nobody think
twice of it. Higher book-learning of At quality may likewise he pm
tured hereabouts in any quantity desired. But tea lung public school
children simple things like mending socks and making puddings and
hoeing potatoes is still new enough to be interesting. Also the idea
that the public school may at the earliest practicable moment lUpplv
shop training or farm practice to help the hoy and girl who must go
to work almost before they have learned to play, to make it easier for
them to find a job and start them with the immense assets of intelli
gent interest and ambition this notion may be put down as an enor
moua influence upon coming generation.
New York State should see to it that keeping the lead in dtfising
and extending free vocational training for all "her children remains
one of her first and proudest dut.es.
October 17. .5S, died Kir Philip Kidney in hi thlrly-tec-ond
year, idol of hi own time anil bonit of tuccrrdmg genera
tiont Courtier, toldier, tolar. poet, patron of struggling
writer, itateiman, Knvoy tit Vans ami to Venice, eager ad-panturer-with
tword fteaktaf and lipi dropping klntlnct and
rourtety, he moved through those "pu iout liuyt" of Klitabeth
like a young demigod. "lie tea hrautifttl within ami with
out ;elegant a wrll in fathion of person as in grace of wind.'
BU mother wg a hutlley. lie rrlatcu with piute that her
father, her grandfather, her brother anil her nister in Inn
had all died on the tcaHulil. His own father uid of Philip,
writing to a younyer son: 'Imitate his virturt, studies an. I
action. He U a rare ornament of thu age, the very formula
that all weH-diepoeed young gentlemen of our tourt do form
their manner and life by. In truth, I peak it u tthuut flat
tery of him or ef mytelf. he hath themost rare virtues that
over I found in any man."
He died in battle in the Low Count Hit, Hating grnrrouslh
thrown aside hi armor because a firend uho fuuoht betide
him had none, a hall ihattrrrd hit thigh and death followed.
Bit body wa borne home in a black ship, PCttU the tea and
up the Thame and laid to ml in old Saint fault. All F.ng
land mourned. And "far many months it ti nt counted mdi cent
for any gentleman of quality to appear at cuuru or in the city
to Upht or gaudy apparel."
1 (iwui) s , ryoocANiPHe .
Uw ' . Y "to uFen.v OoMY6 1 iPftoMiiesToBRirtq- i
-lauftwA veRy )NESQMe;CTr 1 Salary home
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AHHIEV life i like writing epigram it look to eaev and
until you've tried it every day for three or four year.
To tote one husband in the divorce court may be misfortune; to
two look like carelcttnci ; to lose three it limply a habit.
Never keep tabs on a husband; if he need it he doetn't deeervo
compliment; and if he doein't need it he doetn't deierve the tnault,
Waen a man urge a woman to be "reasonable" he muit have
to want her to be in love, becauie no woman on earth ha ever been
to be both at the tame time.
Long-drawn-out love affair don't have to be broken off; thep
tag in the middle until they come apart.
It may be bad form to flirt with your own fttuband in public, W IN
awfully pood policy, becauie if you don't do it tome other woman OOP
A bachelor' attitude toward a married man it something like that of
the homele street dog who gaze with mingled pity and envy at the
pered pet dog straining at hi leash.
The average man hat to much heart that he apparently think it a piSjf
to waite it all on one woman.
Memories of Players
Of Other Days
By Robert Crau
CoprrllM. J912. bj Tin Vnm Hublinini Co. (Th Ntw Tori World).
LTHOUGH Mary Anderson be- at a three-dollar-a
t scale of prtcoa.
an her unexampleU stage j Abbey's contract with hla new atar
career at the top runK of the i represented a value close to a mtlllan
ladder, aha passed through all dollars. Yet, as Illustrative ot the UaA
of the vicissitudes rncoun- nf man ha was. he offered no complaJftR
tered by less Intrepid colleagues of a j when at the time of Miss AndersoafjS
very precarious period In theatrical his- niaiTlage to M. de Navarro aho tj-.
I 1 1 1 I 1 i -1
...ng jelly bubbled up over the kettle
nnd flared up, with a small et burning
fruit, from the aaa flame.
Oertrude knew the remark was not
addressed to the burning botlover. It
meant a malediction for the unUmoly
"Putting up preserves?" cried Mrs.
Mudrldge-Smlth, coming right In at this
J J Jl J pi At sH H Jt JA At J J J Jl J J J J J Jf J J J Jd J J J J
Mrs. Jarr Plays a Sad Role
In a Pretty Domestic Drama
it u a
point, "Just like one of the family."
"Of course, I am!" retorted Mrs. Jarr,
ungraciously. "What do you think I ini
doing? Telling fortunes with fruit
"Now, don't be cross, dear!" said the
visitor. "Think how I envy you! You
have home duties. You are doing useful
work In the world. Think how void rev
e.w I'uI'lUMii "
(tat New ten World).
B In springtime, every womai .
even clubwomen, make home a
horror with housei leaning; so In
ruddy autumn every woman excel"
those who live In no-family faaU
hotels feels the call of the preservln.
kettle. Hhe wants to "put up" fruits
and vsgsta.b1e Bha won t put up erttb
Thn. it ih.i Mr- fas was mak-
Ing rpe Jelly on the Kas range, tier
face was red, two fingers were blistered.
her temper wss on edge 4or the Je ly
wovM not Jell.
Oertrude. the ltRtit-rminlng domestle.
Who had hren out in the store for
sugar, more glass Jars and rubber
bandu la seal the latter. riihert In with
the Intelligence that Clara MudrlSl'
Bmlth, that charming matron of t.ir
youmter set, was at thu door In her
At any other time thl Intelligent
would have been gratifying In Mrs.
Jarr. SOft even though you have rVU
motor ear of your own. tt l grent SOSial j
Bjlsllnclloa to have friends who possess,
them call. Kven though they tell vuu
of the many people they t ike rldlnx I
who do not appreciate It. and never, j
never lake you for a ride when you
WOUld appreciate It.
"Prat It'" cried Mrs. Jarr, as the
Hard to Tell Apart.
(SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR AT THE HOTEL RICH)
By Alma Woodward
life Is! Lite? It Isn't living.
'Oh. don't talk allly!" retorted Mrs.
Jarr. "Your life is full of nice clothes
and motor-cars and no worries!"
I'vo always wanted a dear little
kitchen, like this;" said the visitor, In a
sentimental tone. "Why Is It I never
learned to be a home-keeper, useful,
Under the management of her step
father, Hamilton CJrlflin. the tall, seem
ingly awkward Kentucky girl with the
resonant voice undertook many barn
storming expeditions In her native
State, and she was wont to pawn her
Jewels frequently In order that the
transportation for herself and her com
pany could be paid for.
Moro than three decades ago the lata
Ben De liar, one of the best Kalstatls
of the nineteenth century, heard of a
new Juliet, and he sent John W. Nor
ton of fit. Louis to witness a perfor
mance In a amfll Kentucky town.
Despite the Inadequate support and
the primitive cliaracter of Um produc
formed him that she had de
to retire from the stage for all
Mr. Abbey tried to persuade bar to re
sume her career In after years. Bat
when he saw that she meant to
her vow he released her from oil
traetual obligations. Other
were not ao ready to believe that Mary
Anderson was different from hundreds)
of other celebrities to whom the lure rt
the footlights was irresistible. Bono
of theae were wont to journey eh en
sands of miles to confer with Mm. Do
Navarro at her beautiful homo ot
Broadway, Worcestershire, not very
far from London.
One ot theae managers offered the so
ured actress $2,000 a night to glvo Ot
tlon of the Shakespearean play, Norton series of readings. But. like all UaO
was so Impressed with Miss Anderson's I others, he came baok to New York 00a
artlstlo qualifications that he offered to vinced that her was "an unusual mjf
In 1904, when ft became my prov
to visit Mme. PatU at her castle ta
assume charge of her future career.
Surruundlng the new star with a com
pany of real actors, himself Interpret
ing the leading male roles, Norton, s,f- i Wales to prepare for another
ter a preliminary tour of tho ono night: wall" tour, I wrote to Mme. de Navarro
stands, prevailed upon Oe Bar to permit j offering her tlOO.OOO for a aeries of fifty
Miss Anderson to play for an entire ! readings. And, under the belief thsst
week In the leading theatre of St. lyouls i money alone would not affect her, X
In a repertoire of standard plays. The I offered to dovote one-halt of the
press in the Missouri city were in ac- j to any charity she might care to
cord, hailing Mary Anderson as a ge
,u i t mm th necessnr nf Adelaide This Is
rc'-ause you were too lazy. repneo
Mrs. Jarr. "You had plenty of time and
plenty of chances to be useful before
you were married. But no, after your
nother died, and you were a grown up
llrl, you had your poor father living
irounrt In boarding houses, where you !
1'dn't even mend your own stockings!
Nnd. when he did Insist on taking a Hat .
lad keenlnp hnnw .ill he ever ml to est
nnnpil rroorla nnil ! . 11 . .1 r - .,n short 1 ' ur
Hut Ma lam was still true to hsr
what the greatest of
"While I am proud to have
such an offer and frankly I am
About this time Henry E. Abhey was
i In the limelight, having made a fortune
lag a result of Sarah Bernhardt' llrst too well off In worldly goods, my
i American tour. He saw in the Ken-' ts mapped out for me. My homo
tucky girl a new stellar IlK'ire over my ennoren nave a permanent ana
whom American play-goers would rave
So he negotiated with Norton and se
I'oi.jniM. ilit, uj TUs I'isss I'ubUslimi Co. iflis .N.w York World).
INNII eeu Jli'o
"For the love of Pe'e
critically and Willi . unotlier room. All tho big bugs come : to me the way you do, Mrs.
to him. They'd corns lookln' like they
she blurt-1 was goln' to stay a week, with hat
ed out. "you don't boxes an' suitcases an' Jewel boxes un'
a couple uv Frenchlea to help dike
"Vuh know, he wuzn't one uv them
kind that gets a strangle hold on the
neighborhood behind yer ears with a
Iron famlantrle. He wux what they
call CARBMCM photographer, a
dana'S come stalkln' In between the
POrteer, lookln' like a house utlre, an'
the minute xhe stuck her nose In the
room he'd holler:
"Stop where you are don't move!"
"An' right away they'd think they
dip. an' etart to
Hut he wuz Just
doln' It to iret what he called a 'nat
ural pose.' Then he'd soak 'em sixty
"Well, I thought that wuz n real
mean to tell me
YOU'ttl goln1 in
fer them bath
robes'" I took a hlrdseye
view of my getup
and raised my
Oh. them htgh
nigs." she ex
plained. "T h e y
like a dlsnppolnted
slve you a shape
(isn. What's a woman iroi hlns and I w 'US uo sir.ilnst
n waistline fer. anyway? You bet I'M i make a getaway
(nun to wear my belt her,, bells wuz
meant to grow as long as there's a
dent there to hold It In place!"
"Why. this style Is ever so much
"I think It's dreadful for you to talk
stant Claim on my time. Ana even It
It were .llfTcrrnt a stage career would
long tune contract. In one . he repellent. I love the theatre. But.
Abbey's direction Mary An- aaVO for some charity, when perhaps I
might appear near home for ona oooa
alon once In a few years, my publlo
derson became the leader of tho Ameri
can stage. No other American actress
ever drew the gross receipts to the box j career is ended for all time.
more beautiful than the hourglass tort I healthy business, an' w hen he fell fer
"f figure." 1 told her. "It follows the W I begin to dream uv yachts an'
natural lines of the body."
"Yeh! Too denied close" Well, that's
all well enough when yuh K"t a back
ground uv green hills an' white marble
tl mplea an' winebow ls an' Hon tights
J7. 777, Oen. Burgoyne. with e.OM Btititk troop.
In to Oen. date Ot Saratoga.
"The old Egyptian used to writs
their letter on bricka."
"They must hav.. had a lot of trou
ble to tell the postman from the nod-carrler."
hut. believe me, sl vscr.ipers need some
thln' snappy to set 'em off aomethln'
"1 suppose because their lines are so
"Kxaetly!" she retorted In kind. "Not
I only that, though. Iiok at all the guys
yer puttln' out uv business. The Anns
what make riffles fer the Insides uv
waists, an' hair mnttresies fer the hips,
an the petticoat people aftW
"Stop! stop!" I shouted In mock des
pair. "I refuse to be forced Into a
thing by appeals to my charitable na
ture. You can keep on dislocating your
diaphragm If you want to-you can lace
yourself to apoplectic hues: hut you're
not going to budge me! UnUersiand '.'
Now, go on and tell me something
"lie, sin I you stubborn!"
"(lo on!" I re POI ted. Ilrmly.
"Ho VUS photographer," she re
cited In naSdOnlng monotone, "a swell
ItiiHslan sables Then one night he
hud some extra work to do, an he ast
me If I didn't wan t to see hlin develop
the plates In the dark room. Natu
rally I thought It wuz goln' to be a
reit'lar apoonfest! Wh.it's a . i r 1c room
"Ho we got locked In there nn' he
I SWItCltOS on the red light. Well, say. I
I that clam never so much as bumped
1 Up againit me accidental the whole
blamed time we wux In there. An' all
the windows nn' doors uiu closed an'
tl s ii gettln' hotter'n .lames Henry
, Hades, nn' ho wouldn't let me nut.
Said a pencil uv Ught'd come In the
door an' put the plates out uv busl-
"An' then I upset a whole tank full
; uv Hypo an' I said I wuz sorry, even
! though I wuzn't. An' Instead uv
i sjtuahla1 it up erhon he had a good
chance, an' consolln' me. he said I'd
muk B swell photographers wife he
"Well, that anleaod me. Any msn
that ain't even marrlod yrt an' can't
get temperamentally In a dark room,
with a wicked scarlet light hlazln' In
whimpered the young matron
suppose It's for my good."
"I suppose It Is. But much good It
does you!" said Mrs. Jarr, shsrply.
"Now. don't try to fool me. You
wouldn't be ecrmlrrs; to see me this time
of day, when you might be gadding
about, but for something."
"You read me like a book' " said the
visitor, in a tone of Intense admiration.
"I do want something. I want you to
teach me how to he helpful, how to te
a good housekeeper. T.et me have an
apron and leach me right now how to
Mrs Jarr almost blurted out the ter
rible secret thit she was not Infallible
In pre-erve making, that her Jelly would
not Jell, and this was the second seeth
ing she was giving It. But she feared
to lose her Influence over her caller,
the Infl'tenee of a mode! housewife of
the old school.
"Weill tlr this Jelly. No; take those
cloths and pour boiling water on them
hikI set the Jars on th. cloths s" they
aon't crack when I pour tho Jelly In
them. For I thtnk It's done."
"And -an I peel these apples?" asked
And she had seated herself In the
attitude of a pretty girl poster on the I
j special fall number of a housekeeper a I
migazlne. and was peeling away I., u
the .'.our bell rang.
"it's Mister Silver, mum!" bawled!
Gertrude from the door.
"Coma right In. Jack!" cried Mrs
Mudrlilge-Smlth. "We're hard at work,
but you musn't mind us! We are mak
ing Jellies and preserves Want
Mrs. Jarr gave her Sl'dl a look. But
Mr. Silver was ulready In the kitchen.
"Ah!" he aald with feeling. "There
la something In the name of Clara that
la old fashioned and wholesome, Just
like old fashioned preserving!"
Mrs. Jarr, whose name was also Clara,
took the compliment calmly.
"I might have known that minx had
some scheme," she whispered to Ger-
offlce that "our Mary" did; not even
"M. DE N.'
Throughout her stage life Miss A
In fact, the only artists who could , derson was a devout church woman,
command sifch public patronage were .She rose In the famous bllxsard of ISM
Henry Irving and l lllen Terry combined ' In tiino for 6 o'clock mass. And while
and Sarah Bernhardt. "Our Mary" j on tour It was necessary to arrange
also Is the only American actress to the route so that nothing would Inter
tills day who could attract tho public j fere with this custom.
The Day's Good Stories
EtlQUatTTK required m Qhlim eooffflBlUtl
Hut MCt laMttld iDDi,.ltmnt th - OtbM
deire1t blH n U hia btiOOfinfi
A BlariMftfJf l J'ut returiKfl iiwnl that (o;
"What U jour liQirr,l' name!"
"My milgniti sVtil ;iiilUtinn t Vina Su."
Wltfif) U nur DMSntfloMt MttoOatt"
"My POBlftVpUba h40k ia it leMN Pee"
MM nun) ir jour Ul'isir.out children T"
"1 hm, fie lilt, VOlSsstiM brats.
"Ami i ' Ui-tlnaublutl aift MjQtietf I tf,d
"Tbe tM Bafl ir-'tty well." CletcUmi Plftll
She Felt Duly Qualified.
DH. HARVIY W, WILKY ud t lie otlitr
day in Waa'i.nton uf a canninu tODCffmi
"Ttiev PKipIt, "lQ Objclid to
Mima of UM prtsPeWII c lie iu trail uaaal iu thfMl
inunfd i--s and laiWriftta, Uii8lit t ia, The"
..i.i vm were Inortnl and lUIW HM 1 1 The if
jioirtad out that tUey had been MMf f.ira a
tutturu, and Uut tuay Hinittd out m i-iy m l- I
.0 Item Ol MM WMs
"It reminded uit of a woman whom t onf i
nw In my MM ')' IMdeM ''a'"
I moothi aid bita nf trUd ft!i and p l WK-.
'Djn't do that,' 1 latd 'Du't do tha
nadaml U'l n01 unhraitliy to g.va liM iwl
! pickla to young a flbid.'
"Tbn woman fn-aned upon me.
" 'Huh.' aht aai I. 'drn't you iff to taa -h mf
ha; to faed bah ea. Wnj, young ftiltf, 1'tb
buntd aefanl" Waabniit.m Htar.
FrtOCb hat on, and ahe had bar evin up g
high m thu ill ahtj couldn't aee aajr ona M
kUtfWi" itUU Aim. Kiiui with a, tinge of nasjtit
Uient In her folOft, according to the Knaaaa (Jtf
I Jin , ii. aiu iniii to iait) the aay to
btf buabatul ilut her own old sum
aag "ici..g di.isfiacL'f ul! ahatrbjr aud
thu chttlwtl rummaiti jl.
' i a i , ' ii inii ft Ur, KirM,
vrliiD a woman j u a ntw I'aeta hat It ,
lai t lu r head."
Ttaii he auMcnly rt JltmbaaVijis)l tM J
iprlnklafj tba lawn for m aayi aaj
IBM mi jj g MJil ii nine u .- to ti ml ii.
The (inly Drawback.
llQIUVATB" JOHN AI.LtN out lu rUtt
I chl Iriiii.l si a li.upiul B Ntw 0r
tlM 10. alltl WSI bslutf fsd uo s dist Of
U lad shtrr), sua AUsl sskcti lam bow fee
"JefeB." MiJ t he friend tsdlf, "It would be
an nitia ii lid itfn .u. at aB l
siiki tutrr aj ulkj ai las res.'
his eyes. Is too franped a proposition trude. "Her old hushaiid
one on the avenoo with a d nkV dame .... to tie my emollona to. Ho 1 health, and she's a, end.
la drapee to receive the vlcUnto In j rse-s)nsdl" the politicians aajrl"
t , ii I nasi
as I tail
A Slight Mistake.
piiK rtf.urttjr'a life Ii a bapp 0fta
lu aiifftfii nu n.diguit), tha MWM tj fjj S
UfBltf ti UfUailf ttuiath MMjMMMjS aw
vim.' the iiLuli Uua t-i - u ajajguiadgjJJ
.... ..... ..... lUlflUlg,
a oiie time nepofttl IK- tootluiajd;
"I fcj; a reporter win. wut to a
day ftfttf a wnhliug aud aald to ib
am.Meiid UU r.ug :
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